5 Hordern Lodge

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Rated 4 of 5

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Overnight Stop

We stayed overnight at Hordern Lodge on our way to the Yorkshire Dales from Devon. The site is easy to access, although be aware of the metal sign at the entrance gates, I got perilously close with the caravan when turning in. The site is currently being relocated to an adjoining field, with five hardstandings, all with electric hook up. Water and waste are close by too. The canal is just up the road, and this makes an ideal dog walk. Although it is close to the M54, the traffic noise was not a problem. We would stay here again on our way up north.

David Bavin

Motorhomer

Reviewed on 21/06/2021 10:21

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Hordern Lodge is convenient for the Black Country and surrounding areas being close to the junction of A449 and M54, from which there is some background vehicle noise. It is easy to find, therefore, but needs care driving through the mobile home park particularly if you have a large outfit. I have used it a number of times over the past six years when visiting family, as it was convenient for public transport, even though I considered it rather expensive (£17 last year) And members should be aware the price per night for 2017 is £20, not 14 as in the book and on-line. Robin

RobinofLoxley

Reviewed on 27/06/2017 15:15

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Nice Site - November 2014

I am not sure what site jknigh0 was reviewing but it does not match the site that I visited. The site is level with all pitches and access on shingle beds. It has a nice well kept lawned play/picnic area with seating provided. The site is surrounded by well maintained hedge which provides more than adequate seclusion. The owner and their daughter were very welcoming and in fact the daughter currently lives in her own caravan on the edge of the site so provides additional security. The only downside is that if you have a large outfit, mine is a 6 berth caravan and Insignia estate, the access is tight through the Mobile Home site and must be handled with care. Will be going back. 

Criscan

Caravanner from Avon

Reviewed on 10/11/2014 09:37

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unsuitable for a cl

We arrived at Hordern park and was very unhappy with the quality of cl , we have used many cl,s some very good some and most ok , but Hordern park was terrible very untidy grass all overgrown ,i feel maybe the site was once better cared for but has been left to become very mistreated .Sercurity was not very good as its attached to a mobile home estate and we couldnt close the gate to the field due to it being overgrown we didnt feel safe leaving our caravan to go out for an evening meal . I am very disapointed to have to give a a bad review on one of your cl's , i think it would be a good idea for the caravan club to visit the site to see for themselves that the standard is not up to scratch .

jknigh0

Reviewed on 23/09/2013 13:23

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